For over 34 years, the ASK Childhood Cancer Foundation has been making life better for children with cancer by providing support, comfort, understanding and resources to families who go through treatment in the ASK Hematology/Oncology clinic in Richmond, Virginia. Each year ASK serves approximately 500 local children, including 3 newly diagnosed children each week. We have recently expanded our services to an additional 500 children being treated for serious blood disorders, including sickle cell and hemophilia.ASK helps families navigate the pediatric cancer process, from diagnosis to treatment and “life after” cancer. Whether it’s financial, spiritual, social or emotional, ASK works to provide the quality-of-life support that children and their caregivers need to make treatment less traumatic.
ASK supports the Pediatric Hematology/Oncology Department at Children's Hospital of Richmond at VCU Medical Center, the only pediatric oncology facility on the region.
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